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General_Sherman

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Message Posted On Saturday, August 5th 2006 at 8:28 am
On Friday, August 4th 2006 4:45 pm, Ryan wrote:
On Friday, August 4th 2006 3:46 pm, holophonor wrote:
I just had a flashback to the paper cuts between the fingers and toes. *cringes*

That is the only scene I cannot watch to this day.


I hate that with a passion, jeez it's sick.
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Message Posted On Tuesday, August 8th 2006 at 7:37 pm
On Friday, August 4th 2006 1:48 pm, Batman_Beyonder2 wrote:
Hmm, a movie about guys in their 20's mutilating themselves just doesn't sound like my cup of tea..

Well then, enjoy your movies on countless TV remakes, 9-11 stories, and rapper's biography's. Since that seems to be on the rage right now, ^o^.

And some of them are in their early 30s. Jerk.
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Message Posted On Thursday, August 10th 2006 at 5:00 pm
On Tuesday, August 8th 2006 7:37 pm, rsetter3 wrote:
On Friday, August 4th 2006 1:48 pm, Batman_Beyonder2 wrote:
Hmm, a movie about guys in their 20's mutilating themselves just doesn't sound like my cup of tea..

Well then, enjoy your movies on countless TV remakes, 9-11 stories, and rapper's biography's. Since that seems to be on the rage right now, ^o^.k.


...Well at least remakes like Vice are worth it...^o^

I'll probably watch this film also, Johnny at least knew when to end the series before peopel started saying "drop dead already" the way they've done with other MTV shows.
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Message Posted On Sunday, September 24th 2006 at 11:18 am
I saw it last night. It was really funny. Much better than the first. I suggest anyone with a sense of humor goes to see the movie. The whole audience was laughing non stop from the beginning to the end.

I was actually surprised that Don Vito wasn't in the movie at all. It probably had something to do with his recent arrest.



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General_Sherman

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Message Posted On Sunday, September 24th 2006 at 2:56 pm
Damn Britain getting it later than the US. I'll guess I'll have to settle for the Dirty Sanchex movie for a while.^o)
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Message Posted On Sunday, September 24th 2006 at 8:55 pm
Don't think I'll be seeing this. Call me a square, but those guys are complete idiots. Kinda like Super_Cool
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Message Posted On Sunday, September 24th 2006 at 9:14 pm
On Sunday, September 24th 2006 8:55 pm, WiseCrack wrote:
Don't think I'll be seeing this. Call me a square, but those guys are complete idiots. Kinda like Super_Cool

In my eyes, they're some tubular dudes. They do stuff that most people wouldn't even think of doing. It's fun to watch because they're the rare few homo sapiens who are brave enough to put themselves through those kinds of obstacles, by their own free choice. You gotta admire their bravery. Not to mention that kick ass paycheck they get for doing it. What a bad ass way to make a living. It's not stupid, it's hilarious you square.
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Message Posted On Monday, September 25th 2006 at 7:37 am
I saw it last nite. I laughed my ass off! the theater was packed and I was pretty much the only girl there I guess the stereo type that it was mainly made appealing to the male age group 17-30 was pretty dead on.
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Message Posted On Monday, September 25th 2006 at 2:09 pm
rsetter3 Wrote:
It's fun to watch because they're the rare few homo sapiens who are brave enough to put themselves through those kinds of obstacles, by their own free choice. You gotta admire their bravery.


To you, they're brave, to me, their complete idiots. Putting yourself in that kind of danger for a movie is just pathetic and dumb. I'm not saying you're wrong for liking it, or that you shouldn't like it, just that it's not my thing.
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Message Posted On Monday, September 25th 2006 at 2:10 pm
On Monday, September 25th 2006 2:09 pm, WiseCrack wrote:
rsetter3 Wrote:
It's fun to watch because they're the rare few homo sapiens who are brave enough to put themselves through those kinds of obstacles, by their own free choice. You gotta admire their bravery.


To you, they're brave, to me, their complete idiots. Putting yourself in that kind of danger for a movie is just pathetic and dumb. I'm not saying you're wrong for liking it, or that you shouldn't like it, just that it's not my thing.

lol, I was just playing around with you man...
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Message Posted On Monday, September 25th 2006 at 3:13 pm
On Monday, September 25th 2006 2:10 pm, rsetter3 wrote:
On Monday, September 25th 2006 2:09 pm, WiseCrack wrote:
rsetter3 Wrote:
It's fun to watch because they're the rare few homo sapiens who are brave enough to put themselves through those kinds of obstacles, by their own free choice. You gotta admire their bravery.


To you, they're brave, to me, their complete idiots. Putting yourself in that kind of danger for a movie is just pathetic and dumb. I'm not saying you're wrong for liking it, or that you shouldn't like it, just that it's not my thing.

lol, I was just playing around with you man...


I didn't mean to sound so serious. There was a smilie at the end, but it seems to have run off , Murdock *-)
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Message Posted On Wednesday, September 27th 2006 at 12:58 pm
lots of poop in this one too
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Message Posted On Wednesday, September 27th 2006 at 2:14 pm
LOL I laughed the hardest when Bam was being a little b***h in the movie. He f***ing cried twice in the movie. Honestly, I know the crap they do hurts, but to cry like a little girl like that...what a Pansy. Johnny Knoxville took the same amount of pain Bam did, and more, and all he cared about was that his face wasn't messed up. Especially with Bam being locked up with the cobra, and then crying out of fear. After acting like a big tough guy on Viva La Bam, I think we're finally seeing the real Bam Margera.
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Message Posted On Wednesday, September 27th 2006 at 5:43 pm
Funny f***ing flick. Go see it.
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Message Posted On Tuesday, October 3rd 2006 at 6:15 pm
i got kicked out because i was too young, so me and my friend went to Gridion Gang instead, which was good. I didn't even want to see j2
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